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Hospitality Lighting


lighting scheme blends efficiency with superior design resulting in greatly enhanced aesthetics of the ‘urban chic’ aura Proof have created throughout. For many hotels creating their own USP and memorable features is of paramount importance. Desirable destinations are experiencing fierce competition with many hotels in a small area. One of the most recognisable hotels in the world is the Atlantis Hotel in Dubai. It is situated on the Palm Jumeirah and when redesigning its N’Dulge Nightclub it required a sophisticated lighting system to wow guests. New lighting was installed by Truelux, the xenon cove lighting was replaced and new lighting was installed behind perspex columns. With a total of 28 individually controlled zones, the effects of the lighting system were dramatic and gave the nightclub a unique style to cater for many different events. The whole lighting system was linked to the DJ booth so that they had full control of colours and effects.


Atlantis Hotel in Dubai


AR111 LED’s, which has delivered immediate energy and carbon savings for the Kempinski Group.


The quality of light has also been improved, providing guests with the ambience you would expect from a 5* Luxury resort. “It is vital that our guests experience the true luxury and attention to detail that is the Kempinski resort. We want the perfect ambience.” Said Ahmed Samy, Director of Engineering. “We will not compromise on our light quality, and we have not had to with Lietcorp. We are saving 87 per cent on our energy consumption already, and the lighting has added to that. At Kempinski we want to implement truly sustainable strategies and LED lighting is one practical way to ensure we deliver them. Lietcorp’s products have adhered to our stringent certification requirements and we are well assured of their quality against so many other products that have flooded the market.”


Lighting controls by Hamilton Litestat.


Lighting controls by Hamilton Litestat.


N’Dulge Nightclub lit by Truelux.


As the system was so successful, several of the other areas changed from xenon to a colour change system; these included the main lobby bar, the exclusive seafood restaurant, Ossiano and the relaxed beach restaurant, Nasimi Beach. The versatility of this system gave management the ability to set the appropriate scene and not be limited to one colour. This system also benefitted the hotel with an 80 per cent energy reduction and payback in just 2 years. The system was also low maintenance with 5000 lifespan for lamps and low power consumption. As being green is a huge talking point these days another way to get noticed is to install low energy lighting. The Kempinski Hotel and Residences on Palm Jumeriah, Dubai puts sustainable development at the forefront and this plays a major part specifying any new fittings and fixtures. The LED light fittings, from UK LED company Lietcorp, have been installed across three floors of corridors, with a view to a further roll out. Over 200 No., twin 18W compact fluorescent light fittings have been replaced with 200 No., 5.3W Liet


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N’Dulge Nightclub lit by Truelux.


Whether installing lighting for the wow factor or for energy saving purposes, when we next stay away we can expect some stunning lighting.


Contact


Hamilton Litestat +44 (0)1747 860088 www.Hamilton-Litestat.com


Chelsom


+44 (0)1253 831406 www.chelsom.co.uk


Truelux


+44(0)1656 838 538 www.truelux.co.uk


Lietcorp


+44 (0)1455 637505 www.lietcorp.com


www.a1lightingmagazine.com


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